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… Oh , Yeah ?!?! [#DWS][#Miz Hillary][#coal country comments]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Monday,May 9th,2016

.. nice try , Debbie . You are trying to cover the [enormous] political backside of Miz Hillary by her spin on the Miz Hillary comments in coal country . Not just this week , but those back two months ago ..

.. Miz Hillary is just not that good politician . She needs to be constantly covered on spin control by a large army of surrogates . yeowch !! ..

.. [h/t — Newsmax.com]..
.. [link] to the blog post …

.. open mouth , remove both feet !! ..

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… What was D.W.S. Thinking ?? [#foot-in-mouth disease]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Wednesday,March 30th,2016

.. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a walking , talking , cluster[bleep]…

.. she finds it almost impossible to keep her foot out of her mouth …

.. but this one has to take the take . A below-the-knees cheapshot does not give this crack justice . Try more like below-the-feet would be more apt …

.. [h/t — theRightScoop.com]..
.. [link] to the interview segment …

.. you would expect a party leader totake a shot a another candidate of the other party . At least , D.W.S. , have some idea of what you are talking about ….

— [update] — the Dems need someone of prominence to be their national Chairman or Chairwoman . A Senator would be better , but a State Chair or a statewide elected official (such as a Governor) would be helpful …. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a twit , and does not need to be the national DNC chair … His Egoness should understand that , and get out of the way ….

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… The D.N.C. ‘ s Debt Paralysis has the Dems in Deep Trouble …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Tuesday,October 1st,2013

.. There is another budget crisis in Washington, and it’s unfolding inside the Democratic party. The Democratic National Committee remains so deeply in the hole from spending in the last election that it is struggling to pay its own vendors. It is a highly unusual state of affairs for a national party — especially one that can deploy the President as its fundraiser-in-chief — and it speaks to the quiet but serious organizational problems the party has yet to address since the last election, obscured in part by the much messier spectacle of GOP infighting.

The Democrats’ numbers speak for themselves: Through August, 10 months after helping President Obama secure a second term, the DNC owed its various creditors a total of $18.1 million, compared to the $12.5 million cash cushion the Republican National Committee is holding.

.. Senior strategists close to the DNC say they worry the organization appears to have no road map back to solvency. “They really thought they could get this money raised by the summer,” one said, “but the fact is, from talking to people over there, they have no real plan for how to solve this.”

Sources close to the DNC say officials there have quietly laid the blame in part on the White House. It’s no secret that DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who also represents an area around Miami in the U.S. House, lacks strong relationships inside the administration. But it’s not even clear who at the White House should be minding the problem these days, following the exodus of President Obama’s top political brains.

By the DNC’s count, the President has headlined 15 DNC fundraisers this year. In an indication Obama is stepping up his commitment, two of those took place last week alone — the first tacked onto his trip to New York for the United Nations General Assembly meeting, and the second later in the week at The Jefferson, a posh hotel a half-mile north of the White House on 16th Street. A White House spokesman did not respond to a request for comment.

.. Another critical factor that appears to be hobbling the DNC’s fundraising is the emergence of Organizing for Action (OFA), the independent nonprofit created by Obama campaign alums in the wake of the election to push the President’s second-term agenda. An earlier iteration of that group was housed inside the DNC during the first term, but the Obama brain trust assessed it fell well short of its potential there. Now based in Chicago and headed by Jim Messina, who managed Obama’s reelection, the outfit leases the campaign’s vaunted email list and controls the @BarackObama Twitter handle (current follower count: 37.2 million), using both to drive its message and raise money.

.. The group can raise unlimited sums from deep-pocketed donors, and there is some evidence it is siphoning resources from the DNC. All of the top-tier OFA donors this year have been prolific supporters of the DNC in past years. But of the 13 who cut six-figure checks to OFA in the first half of this year, only three gave to the DNC over the same period, according to a review of records from the Center for Responsive Politics. This makes some intuitive sense.

..  While the DNC is engaged in the prosaic work of off-year party-building — a catch-all portfolio of tasks that involves, among other things, supporting state party organizations, helping down-ballot candidates, and paying for odds and ends, like expressly political travel by top administration officials — OFA offers the glamour of helping the President wage the battles unfolding day by day on the front pages. That pitch, more or less, is easy: “Supported Obama for a second term? Contribute to OFA and help him secure his legacy.” The DNC’s by definition is murkier.

“Donors are being pulled in two directions, and there’s absolutely no doubt it’s impacted the DNC’s fundraising,” one top Democratic operative said. “I’m hearing it from donors regularly that they’re being told to help one and not the other.”

That the DNC has been allowed to drift so much is in part a function of the calendar. But with the 2014 midterms coming into view, expect the party’s Congressional leadership to start applying more pressure on the White House to get involved. Without sustained help from the President, the committee will not be in a position to provide material support in that campaign. Mustering that presidential muscle will only get tougher as Obama’s second term wears on, once his attention turns to legacy projects like fundraising for his library, and big donors puzzle over whether the committee becomes a stalking-horse for a presidential bid by Hillary Clinton — or somebody else.

LEC here again — the D.N.C. has to get its act together , and soon . The state parties are going to expect help , and not just in terms of bodies . They are going to need financial help , too , and plenty of it . The DemoCraps have fires to put out all over the place , and to have a raging blaze at party HQ at this time in the cycle is a really bad idea . The sooner they can knock out the debt , the better off they will be .

.. A president ‘ s party generally has no trouble fundraising , but this time around , the D.N.C. is having to compete with O.F.A. . The DNC and the campaign committees in the House and Senate generally have no trouble countering this trend , but even they may be having problems .

.. Organizing for America is POTUS old campaign arm . It can do alot , and it is loyal to him . It cannot do one important thing , though . It cannot co – ordinate with candidates . Those kind of antics are a very big no – no . The party committees , however , can , but if there is little that they can do , in terms of tech , bodies , and $$ , then the Dems are big time screwed . They are going to need the Mother of All Presidential Fundraisers to get out of hock , and fast …

 

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… Gee , will Miracles Never Cease …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Saturday,August 10th,2013

.. Sen . Babs Boxer and I agree on something , Filthy Bob Filner [D-SD] should step down from office . She is not the only one. DiFi wants him out . Debbie Wasserman Schultz wants him out . But , anyone else ?

.. Right now , no . Not as of yet . So that you actually believe it , I am going to repost Babs Boxer ‘ s letter (courtesy of the Washington Examiner) …

Dear Bob,

We’ve known each other for a long time, and have worked together on many issues that are important to the people of San Diego – from creating jobs to protecting the environment to helping our veterans.

So I am speaking to you now on a personal and professional level, and asking you to step down as mayor and get the help you need as a private citizen.

I have already said publicly that you should resign your office as mayor because of the shocking revelations by many women about your behavior toward them.

But now I must say this directly to you: Bob, you must resign because you have betrayed the trust of the women you have victimized, the San Diegans you represent and the people you have worked with throughout your decades in public life.

I have worked for so many years to prevent and punish sexual violence and sexual harassment, wherever they occur. As we fight in the Senate to stand up for the men and women in our military who are survivors of sexual assault, I have heard their stories, seen the anguish in their faces, listened to them talk about the pain that will always be with them. Let me be clear: The latest revelations regarding your behavior toward women recovering from sexual assault – women who desperately need our help – have shaken me to my core.

Bob, you have already hurt so many people. To avoid hurting your victims and the people of San Diego more than you already have, you should step down immediately.

Sincerely,

Barbara

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